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WORX Aerocart Multifunction 2-Wheeled Yard Cart, Dolly, and Wheelbarrow with Flat Free Tires – WG050
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- Highly versatile lifting and moving work system device instantly converts from wheelbarrow to dolly and more
- Oversized, flat-free tires never need inflating
- Patented design adjusts center of gravity for a balanced and easy-to-manage load
- Converts tool-free to work as an extended dolly, flower pot mover, trailer mover, bag holder and cylinder carrier
- Includes these accessories: flower pot strap, cylinder holder, bag holder and mesh rock mover
- Durable, all-steel construction with weight capacity of 300 lbs
- Ergonomic lift design makes a 200-lb. wheelbarrow load feel like 17 lbs., approximately 3 cubic feet volume capacity
- Fold-out extension arm to carry flower pots, small trees, mulch bags, straw bales and other oversized, awkward items; up to 80 lb capacity
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The WORX Aerocart is a multipurpose wheelbarrow and yard cart with the adaptability to convert into a dolly and perform several other uses. The Aerocart has features such as oversized, flat-free tires, fold-out extension arms and durable all-steel construction. The extension arms are used with various innovative accessories to carry flower pots, mulch bags, straw bales and other large, awkward items. In fact, the various accessories and attachments allow the Aerocart to perform the tasks of 8 unique carts: wheelbarrow, hand truck, cylinder holder, potted plant mover, rock lifter, bag holder, trailer mover and extended dolly. The Aerocart has a 300-lb weight capacity and a tub capacity of approximately 3 cubic feet, ideal for moving loads of wood, rocks, bricks, dirt or anything else you may need to haul. The Aerocart weighs around 48 lbs and it’s sturdy enough to tackle most yard jobs you can throw at it. The extension arms can handle loads up to 80 lbs., ideal for moving plants, rocks and other landscaping items. The patented two-wheel design easily adjust its center of gravity making heavy loads more manageable – the Aerocart makes a 200-lb load feel like 17 lbs, so it’s easy on your back and other joints. You’ll get more done in less time.
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In response to the reviewers who lament that you cannot carry 600 pounds of rocks or 8 bags of dirt in this--this is for the lady, elderly, disabled, small and so forth, who find it a challenge to handle more than a bag or two of mulch/dirt at a time. If you work with hundreds of pounds at a time, get a commercial wheelbarrow!!! (A good one starts at about $350 & up, don't even think of getting one of the cheapies).
It is narrow for a reason--some need to move things through doors and through the house, and over stairs. You cannot do that with wheelbarrows and other carts. It's good to use when a small person is trying to fill up a yard waste bag alone or has to move a 30 pound pot around, when there isn't a big burly guy around.
We are retired, have a detached condo with fenced yard,and do light yard and outside house maintenance. We don't have a lot of space to store a cart and a dolly in our garage. We have averaged a plastic cart every year or two, no matter how expensive, because the plastic in them breaks/cracks, so I want steel. I did not want a wagon (these always have pneumatic tires-- which have always failed us in the past). We want large wheels that don't go flat; two of them for stability. She needs something close to the ground. We can't spend $200+ on this. We cannot handle a wheelbarrow with 4 bags in it anymore.
I flip the handles upside down to make it easier for me, a 6' guy, to handle (takes less than 10 seconds), and I flip them back to the normal position for my wife is small and short.
The main utility portion of this unit is rated at 300 pounds. Looking at the sturdy individual parts, I'd say that is very conservative. The accessories are light duty, but as I said, big strapping guys don't need those. If you have the room and your lady gardens, get her one of these (or buy plastic carts yearly), and get a real commercial wheelbarrow for yourself.
We just started using it this spring, so I am only giving it 4 stars. If it lasts as long as I suspect, I'll update the review in a year or two up to 5 stars.